Monthly Archives: February 2005
The Treaty of Tripoli (1797) says: Art. 11. As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion; as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion, … Continue reading
Lisa Snelling has made a new rat in her authors-as-rats series. HP Lovecraft! We wants it, preciousssssssssssssssss.
You know you’re half of a really geek couple when your bf emails you the valentine below and you not only get the joke but are kind of touched.
Why is it that it’s so hard to take care of one’s self? It may just be me, but I have a lot of trouble taking good care of myself these days. I don’t get enough sleep, don’t always eat … Continue reading
FInally, back on the bandwagon with this week’s Friday Five.
By Jonathan Ames I am borrowing this from the friend I gave it to for Christmas. It is so far utterly surreal but a real blast for me – I’m a Wodehouse fan, fond of wine, and a writer, and … Continue reading
by Jennifer Weiner This was a christmas gift, and it is not at all what I expected. For one thing, it’s a lot more depressing! The early parts are madcap comedy, but by the halfway point, it’s really serious and … Continue reading
Go read This. Now. Seriously. It’s amazing. Found via Mortaine.
Well, sort of. This morning I read an excerpt from my Johnny Theremin NaNo novel on KFJC 89.7 fm, a local radio station! An MP3 of the event will be posted at http://www.lunacow.com/audio This is part of a series of … Continue reading
I am the biggest geek ever. Seriously. Biggest. Geek. Evar.